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  • Vintage sugar bowl Rose - French Address
  • Vintage sugar bowl Rose - French Address
  • Vintage sugar bowl Rose - French Address
  • Vintage sugar bowl Rose - French Address
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Vintage sugar bowl Rose

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Vintage French sugar bowl with a pink rose design

  • Renowned French serveware
  • Rare vintage find 
  • Other pieces available for a full tea service

Sugar bowls have this je ne sais quoi that make them essential in a kitchen. Why keeping the sugar in a basic paper packaging when we can store it in a lovely sugar bowl? 

And the least that can be said is that this vintage French sugar bowl is one of a kind. Made in French earthenware, it was designed and produced by Faiencerie de Gien, a 200 years old French dinnerware brand

There is a rose design is on the front and on the lid. The elaborated shape makes it unique in pure French vintage style! Final and refined detail: there is a golden edging around the sugar bowl.

Ready for a French tea time? You can combine the vintage French sugar bowl with the tea pot, the tea cups and the creamer

And if you're running out of sugar, you can store some sweets or biscuits in this sugar bowl for a fancy snack for your next TV watching.

Our vintage products are in good conditions and were all clean. They may have some minor signs of age, including tiny chips. 

Product details (size, weight...)


Height (with lid): 3.9 in - 10 cm. Width: 5 in - 12.8 cm.




0.8 lb - 350 g.

Care instructions:

Clean with soapy water and dry a soft cloth. Cannot be washed by the dishwasher.

Made in

Made in Gien.

Brand story

Faïencerie de Gien celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2021. Created in 1821, the manufacture settled on the banks of the river Loire, in the monastery Couvent des Minimes.
During the 19th century, Gien made famous for personalized collections for the European aristocratic families. In the early 1900s, Gien produced part of Paris metro tiles. And recently, Gien designed and produced exclusive collections for Versailles and Chambord castles. The crafting techniques remain today the same as 200 years ago, and each product requires the know how of at least 30 different earthenware masters.
French people are proud to have Gien dinnerware. Collectors even display them on the wall! More commonly, Gien dinnerware is used for special events and fancy dinners. They are emblematic of the art of the French table.